Games are fun, at least most of the time, and the Internet loves to have fun with them. This feed encompasses everything that brings the funny: everything from GIFs to comics to videos from Kotaku and around the Internet.
Remember that huge 1-to-1 recreation of Denmark that was made in Minecraft? It's being ravaged thanks to a loophole in the 'no dynamite' rule that's let people bring in piles of the stuff in mine carts. This is the result and as Engadget points out: it's someone's job to look after all this. Sad face.
It was beginning to look like Ruby and Sapphire remakes were the Pokémon equivalent of Half-Life 3, but now it's been announced fans have exploded and the internet has reacted with joy - lots of people got on the hype train.
These little slices of misery are the work of Jeff Hong, a New York-based animator and storyboard artist. As you can probably tell it's a fairly depressing look at how fictitious Disney characters would end up in the real world. 'Badly' is the general answer.
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is famous for its unique art style with characters making fabulous poses that cosplayers love to mimic. One under-appreciated aspect of the manga is the interesting facial expressions. Under-appreciated, except by one man.
In nine years of covering video games and the people who play them, I have seen some egregious displays of machismo, but it’s never gotten to the stage where men have literally ripped their shirts off and wrestled each other to the ground. Until now.
This strange creation is the work of Red Bull and has been created and painted in such a way as to look like a videogame environment, Marble Madness springs to mind. Fixed gear rider Josh Boothby then peddled around it to finish the illusion.